Email: jonathan@therightethos.co.uk | Tel: 01227 637293

Email: jonathan@therightethos.co.uk
Tel: 01227 637293

Advertising

Advertise with The Right Ethos for £185 + vat

To advertise your job vacancy, email advert@therightethos.co.uk When booking an advert, please send us your:

  • job advert text
  • logo
  • any supporting documents such as Job Description and Application Form.

Please click here for the Terms of Business for Advertisers. Over the last 11 years, The Right Ethos has developed the largest database of charity external affairs candidates sector. Our e-Newsletters are sent out to over 14,000 individuals. We specialise in jobs in two areas of the charity sector:

  • Campaigns, Advocacy, Policy & Public Affairs
  • Communications, Media, Marketing, PR and Digital

We also have a jobs board for non-external affairs roles too. All online job adverts:

  • include your organisation’s logo
  • are included in at least one e-Newsletter
  • remain on the jobs board for up to 6 weeks duration
  • are Tweeted to followers of @therightethos
  • go out through The Right Ethos Facebook page
  • posted on the LinkedIn page of The Right Ethos and members of our staff’s LinkedIn accounts.

 

The Right Ethos Ltd. is a UK company registered in England and Wales since 2006. Company No. 06053031. VAT Registration No. GB 943 1178 30. If you are a UK organisation, VAT is payable on invoices. If you are a non-UK, European Union business that is VAT registered, no VAT is payable: the liability for the payment of VAT is reversed to the recipient. For all other organisations outside the European Union, no VAT will be added. Rules may be subject to legislative change.

About The Right Ethos

The Right Ethos was set up after our founder, Jonathan Dearth, had worked in the campaigning sector for 13 years, for campaigning organisations including Amnesty International, Shelter, Liberty and the World Development Movement. It was set up as a response to multi-sector recruitment consultancies moving in on the charity sector, and in particular not recognising that people who work for campaigning organisations are motivated by justice and long term change.